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spinnings. and boone pic boom pick ins. great, big, brand-new, you get's chance to break it in with charles: more companies gives the red light too green, bp latest big oil company putting their -- up for sale, saying they will ramp up oil production instead. tycoon, boone pickens, if green is losing its cool. it seems that the enthusiasm is fading a little bit for green energy. >> well, green energy is expensive. charles. it all comes down to you will go the you know cheapest you can on energy, and natural gas is cheapest. you cannot make a wind project work unless you have $6 natural gas, wind is priced off the margin, and so, if naturals go is $4. you cannot do a win deal, i know because i took a big loss on this very type. same project you are talking about. charles: i remember, a huge project, you put a lot of money into it here is the thing, too, i think maybe message is, and a reality check, but, even on best case scenario we will use fossil fuels for a long time, we might be using it. >> you are right, wind will come back, there is no question, it is source of energy. that we'll use
me. cliff robbins. and boone pickens also joining us, founder of bp capital. all ahead. >>> first, a huge day on the street today. s&p 500 trying to close at a record high. take a look at how we're selling out on the street today. dow jones industrial up 105. volume on the light side. nonetheless, prices on the upside. nasdaq composite up 27 points today. almost 1%. finishing the day at 3307. s&p 500, 1593. gain of .75%. 11 points higher on the standard and poors. more on today's big rally and bring in eric ristubon of russell investments. andrew keen. doug cody. and kenny pulkari of o'neill securities finishing up his trades and will join us momentarily. good to have you on the program. eric, you saw the friday gdp report having an impact today. despite the disappointment, how is that possible? everybody complained that the gdp report was below expectations and here we have more money moving into stocks? >> yeah. disappointed exactly the right way. when you look below the headline number of of 2.5% and you look at the composition, what you saw is housing is doing very well in the
. sorry -- hi, how are you? i'm just here with boone pickens. boone, of course, interrupting the interview, as always, because the world revolves around boone. >> it is a big deal here. liz: it is a big deal, and we're thrill today see you. boone, of course, an oil man but into natural gas, very good friend of the fox business network. howard, back to you. tell me not to be skeptical about the share buyback on any level. i look at that sometimes as a little bit of alchemy when companies are very interested in maybe juicing sort of their stock. and yet you say this is a really big deal for apple and can that we should enjoy in the and embrace it. >> yeah, this is a big deal. and a lot of companies, companies like ibm and berkshire hathaway, many others have been very successful with this form of financial engineering which is what it is. but, you know, apple was under a lot of criticism for having its big cash pile and not using it. now they're putting it the work. let's not criticize them, let's embrace this. thai raised the dividend 15%, they're going to buy back $60 billion worth of stoc
in the neighborhood so they can play where they live. >> the children in the neighborhood and it will be a major boone. and we have generations, the youth generations that will be able to use this park in different places. >> the best park in san francisco right here. >> creating place where people can be active and lead, active, healthy life styles that are going to just stay with them for life. ♪> >> >> good morning. today is wednesday april 17, 2013. this is a regular meeting of the building inspection commission. i would like everyone to turn off devices. roll call. president mccarthy, mar, here, commissioner lee, here, mccray, present, melgar here, and commissioner -- is excuse. >> because of time restriction here we would like to propose some changes to the agenda and move them to the next full meetings. >> yes. >> what i'm suggesting is formula retail in the upper market ncd proposed planning commission policy that would establish a methodology for determining the concentration of formula retail and set the appropriate level of concentration for formula retail in the upper market neighborhoo
bid this type of fundraising has been a real boon. no longer do their questions revolve around this. so with this in my mind we want to oil something we've been working on with the members of the mayors staff and the city attorneys office. and the donations that we have gotten we're hoping to get assigned as the host city. the mayor made some comments after question time as this idea was coming together and people let their minds go are we now having companies sponsor those events? we're looking at generous donors from other parts of the cities. i want to pause there for a second. through the course of this role i see the port as this great place but it's a cultural and social history of the city. and i want to say, you know, because the port could use this as a legacy to create its own program to help with the preferred maintenance and with open is that a and people learning more about the port i'd like to see those two legacies. with your feedback we would like to work more on the idea and come back for more action later. perhaps i've said fwooch i'm going to hand it over. >> tha
in the neighborhood and it will be a major boone. and we have generations, the youth generations that will be able to use this park in different places. >> the best park in san francisco right here. >> creating place where people can be active and lead, active, healthy life styles that are going to just stay with them for life. for life. ♪ [horns honking] [siren wails] announcer: big dreams and goodrades aren't enough to get into college. there are actual steps you need to take. finding someone who can help is the first and most important. for the next steps, go to knowhow2go.org. >> i all this meeting to order, would you call the roll? >> sure, i note that your replacing in her absence, lloyd, present. >> metcalf? >> present. >> reiskin? >> present. >> director sartipi is in route, you do have ♪ ♪ ♪ >> the san francisco playground's history dates back to 1927 when the area where the present playground and center is today was purchased by the city for $27,000. in the 1950s, the center was expanded by then mayor robinson and the old gym was built. thanks to the passage of the 2008 clean an
they can play where they live. >> the children in the neighborhood and it will be a major boone. and we have generations, the youth generations that will be able to use this park in different places. >> the best park in san francisco right here. >> creating place where people can be active and lead, active, healthy life styles that are going to just stay with them for life. ♪ supervisor avalos, breed present. supervisor chiu? chiu present. supervisor cohen? cohen present. supervisor farrell? farrell present. supervisor kim? kim present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang? tang present. supervisor wiener? wiener present. supervisor yee? yee present. mr. president, all members are present. >> thank you. ladies and gentlemen, before we do the pledge of allegiance, i'd like to ask that we take a moment to recognize the victims of yesterday's boston marathon tragedy. [moment of silence] >> thank you very much. and ladies and gentlemen, could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance. i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for wh
where they live. >> the children in the neighborhood and it will be a major boone. and we have generations, the youth generations that will be able to use this park in different places. >> the best park in san francisco right here. >> creating place where people can be active and lead, active, healthy life styles that are going to just stay with them for life. ♪ >> 7 and a half million renovation is part of the clean and safe neighbor's park fund which was on the ballot four years ago and look at how that public investment has transformed our neighborhood. >> the playground is unique in that it serves a number of age groups, unlike many of the other properties, it serves small children with the children's play grounds and clubhouses that has basketball courts, it has an outdoor soccer field and so there were a lot of people that came to the table that had their wish list and we did our best to make sure that we kind of divided up spaces and made sure that we kept the old features of the playground but we were able to enhance all of those features. >> the playground and the s
.a. in the next two hours i'll be speaking to some of the biggest names. peter wineburg. boone pickens. a whole host of people who are making money in this bull market, bill. >> looking forward to that. maria is in my hometown. i'm in hers. bill griffeth at the new york stock exchange. bums running wild again today, maria, put the s&p on pace to close at a record high. as mandy was mentioning, one of the leading groups in this sector have been the utilities. they are hitting yet another five-year high today. coming up we'll look at whether that red hot sector can continue to move this market higher. we'll look at that coming up, maria. >> and once again, of course, it's a lot of fed induced buying. today we're talking to former federal reserve governor kevin warsh weighing in on whether the stimulus measures are actually keeping inflation too low. his take on whether the fed might dial it back. >> all right. let's get you caught up on the markets. how they're trading today. it has been a gradual rise higher all day. we're sitting near the highs right now. the dow up 120 points. it was 132-point
joe" bump. >> a huge one. >> heading into his matchup against elizabeth colbert bush. boone pickens will be here to weigh in on the keystone pipeline project and the arkansas oil spill. actor robert redford will join us and bubba watson, see if he gets a haircut. first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. >>> can you believe yesterday in syracuse, new york, it snowed 10 inches? ridiculous. lake-effect snow with the cold air blowing over the water what you get. that is a good reason why we are dealing with such cold conditions out there. there is still a big snow pack up in canada. the windchills are still plaguing us. in the 20s from chicago to boston to new york. still can't put the winter clothes away quite yet! probably won't be until the middle of next week until we see warm air for the eastern seaboard. a few snow showers towards the cat skills. the big cities fine and cold chilly start but when you get the sun the afternoon should be okay. airports no problem but blustery and windy. the worst travel on i-10 from pensacola to new orleans area all the way almost into houst
's a boon to gun manufacturers. >> it's a boon to gun manufacturers and it's a boon to the nra and i think it shows exactly why our system is so broken. >> this fight is not over. i think it's important to go back to the brady bill fight, the ban on assault weapons and the large-capacity magazines. that fight took five years. we're ahead of that. but those who were involved in that fight in the '90s understood that you weren't going to move quickly in congress and you're certainly not going to move quickly in this congress where they filibustered any meaningful piece of legislation. it's not just bloomberg's money, which is an important force, it's a movement being built. a movement being built to change the national dialogue. >> quick before you go, i wants to announce that president obama will be going to hartford, connecticut on monday. jay carney, the press secretary just announced that. you wanted it make a point about that. >> the center for progress is coming out tomorrow with a 50-state analysis, i'm going to be in the suburbs of philadelphia at a press conference. they're saying i
, seriously done study that said immigrants are a boon to the country and produce more than they consume. so heritage has been on the record with a serious study that was quite good and we shouldn't stick them with some of the other studies that haven't been as well thought through from time to time. holt seekan has done another study to reduce the deficit over the next decade, 2.7 trillion, because of this. these are serious economic studies. >> because more people entering the labor force would increase economic growth by 1 percentage point a year. if you get that kind of growth from more people coming into the labor force, then the deficit falls by nearly 3 trillion dollars. >> this is preposterous. >> preposterous. >> ann has said a couple times what i have heard from other people in other areas, and that is, gee, we have a welfare system and that makes some people dependent. we do. most of the people who go on welfare aid the families with independent children over decades and decades were born in this country. we should fix the welfare system. we shouldn't organize our immigration poli
. >>> up next billionaire t. boone pickens talks to me about energy and an oil spill in our money lead. ♪ [ female announcer ] first kid ♪ oh hey, up here. [ female announcer ] second kid by their second kid, every mom is an expert and more likely to choose luvs. ♪ after thousands of diaper changes, they know what works. luvs lock away wetness better than huggies for a fraction of the cost live, learn, & get luvs. for a fraction of the cost ok, well, remember last week when you hit vinny in the head with a shovel? [chuckling] i do not recall that. of course not. well, it was too graphic for the kids, so i'm going to have to block you. you know, i got to make this up to you. this is vinny's watch. >>> also happening in money news today the battle over the keystone pipeline. the obama administration expected to issue its decision on whether to allow an extension to carry crude oil from canada to the gulf coast sometime in the next few months. it's become a political controversy. just this week president obama was greeted outside a california fundraiser by protesters pushing the pre
by augsburg and hockenheim did -- hockenheim -- hoffenheim. >> snow keeps on falling. >> it is a boon for ski resorts, but what if the snow does not keep falling next season or even years from now? in austria, that's the concern for about half of the country's ski resorts. >> one town has taken a dramatic step of getting rid of the chairlifts altogether. forcing skiers to take a two and a half hour trek to the top. even more surprising are the results. >> every now and then, he rides up to the top of the mountain summit in his village. it is a slow day. there is snow, but the slope is empty. the chairlift was put out of commission two years ago. >> our dream was to expand the ski resort beyond the simmering peak -- be on the peak. the total cost would have been 30 million euros. it could not be financed. we have to continue building without the chairlift. >> no chairlift? many in the village could not imagine this. the residents spent years discussing the project. the mayor's son was among those voting in favor of dismantling the chairlift. >> mobile warming, rising temperatures, and all the
really see this as a great boone for our district and also a chance to create a system more accessible to low income residents and students in the district five, so with that supervisor breed hopes for your approval of this resolution and the tax-exempt obligation ordinance of 6.5 million dollars. >> thank you very much. any questions? >> we have anthony from the department of public finance. >> good morning members of the committee. i the item before you for the tax code of the tax financing obligations for the school as supervisor breed's representative has described. our office held duly noticed hearing to receive public comment and none was received, and there is no fiscal impact to the city and the city is not a party to the transaction, so the item -- the resolution approves for purpose of the tax code the public hearing and the facilitation of the finances on that basis. >> okay. perfect. any other questions? i know that we have some people i believe from the french american school here. you're welcome to speak if you want. i don't think we have any questions per se but
boone to local schools, but is that how the ball bounces? >> to say it's saving our schools is giving the wrong message. >> a reality check on where all that money is going. >>> plus, does apple owe you? the company settles a mega million dollar lawsuit. find out if you can expect to get anything back. >>> a major debut on the way at the san francisco zoo. when you can see this tiger cub in person. back in a moment. >>> so what's the real story? all this talk about the powerball lottery, does it help our public schools? we've had record lotto sales since becoming the new powerball member. so in theory, this should be a big win for public education. sam brock investigates the claim that powerball will provide a shot in the arm for our schools. >> reporter: with the debut of powerball in california this week, you practically can't go anywhere without tripping over something powerball related. lotto enthuzists are amped up about inflated jackpots. but also a waterfall of new money coming to california public schools, right? how much of a difference having powerball will make in terms of
and it will be a major boone. and we have generations, the youth generations that will be able to use this park in different places. >> the best park in san francisco right here. >> creating place where people can be active and lead, active, healthy life styles that are going to just stay with them for life. ♪call to order, board members. roll call please. >> thank you. mr. haney, miss lee, miss norton. >> thank you. please join me in the pledge . thank you. item a is approval of board minutes. there are none tonight. item b. >> thank you president norton and i'd like to say good evening to everyone. a lot of exciting news this evening and i'd like to start by talking a little bit about superintendent's great adventure over the last nine days. i was very honored last week to have the opportunity to visit china as part of an exchange program through the council of the great city schools and the foundation for cultural exchange who are exploring the partnership with our schools and chinese schools. i was one of five soupers from the united states who traveled to eye that to tour scho
on terry mccauliffe and green jobs, and solyndra, a 123, boone doggle in virginia and mississippi. and mccall is suing. and the piece is not defamatory, it says they wanted-- >> it's journalism. >> last word on this for now, the fact that the judge has delayed his decision, do you think in the end he'll do the right thing? >> i'm certainly hoping so and the amount of media attention also has to affect that division. all i can say, i would have gone to jail to protect you anytime. >> thank you. (laughter) >> maybe you did. >> all right. fox news watch straight ahead. a superstar couple goes on vacation in cuba. >> american hip-hop power couples jay-z and beyonce taking a controversial trip to cuba, raising eyebrows from congress, but are the media dismissing the story? details next on news watch. using supercomputing and mobile technology over our secure network, verizon innovators are building a world of medical treatment data in the cloud. so doctors can make a more informed diagnosis from anywhere, in seconds rather than months. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigge
boon for grandparents to sort of offload their cash. - right. and if you are married you can double that to $28,000, and if you have a child or grandchild who is married, you can double that again to $56,000. but there are a couple of exceptions that can increase it, such as if the grandparent has a child, say, in college, if he pays the college tuition directly to the school, it doesn't eat into the $14,000 exemption. - so you still have the $14,000 you can give tax-free. - right. so you can give away a lot of money potentially, and you can pay medical expenses directly the same way. these are two exceptions to that $14,000 limit. - you are telling me about how warren buffett, with all of his billions, he doesn't even pay estate tax. it is amazing how there are apparently so many loopholes involved. - they're not even loopholes. they are all right out in front in the tax code that people can take advantage of. you have 6000 pages in the tax code, they don't want people to find out, but i know where all these provisions are, and everyone can take advantage if they really want to. -
to hold him down. boon is a very special city. itbe i am a sap, and maybe is just because i am from there, but it is a different place. it is. >> i am in the same club. >> there was a picture none of us will forget, his legs were blown off below the knees and he was being pushed in a wheelchair. it turned out that fellow told the fbi, as he was waking up, he saw the guy with a backpack. he helped tip off the fbi t find the criminals. that hasher point is the finest hospitals in the world. it happened close to mass general. there were a lot of lives and a lot of limbs saved because it a hospital be in with devoted doctors who operate all day and all night. >> the last word. thank you. see next week.
. it happened at the speedway in boone, iowa. thankfully the driver survived the crash after another driver helped pull the victim out. it's all happened behind the white smoke you see starting to pour out of the car on your screen. neither the rescuer or the victim suffered any major injuries. much more ahead. all new information out about the boston terror suspects and some of the events that led up the bombings. also san francisco mayor ed lee was in washington tonight attending a special presidential dinner with hundreds of celebrities and journalists. what the president had to say about new plans is coming up after the break. we're now 22 days away from this year's bay to breakers. kron 4 will bring you the race from start to finish. bay to breakers -- happening -- sunday, may 19th. federal authorities have announced plans to take disciplinary action against a hospital in nevada. for alleged "patient dumping" in california. the psychiatric hospital reportedly improperly discharged patients and then bused them out of state without proper care. several patients reportedly ended up in san
, being attacked by people who are just coming in off the street. dan boone rides b.a.r.t. every day and he says, yeah, he's seen the troublemakers. >> on the b.a.r.t. train, usually if i do, i move to another part of the car or another part of the train. >> reporter: now we had one agent tell us who did not want to be identified that earlier this year there was as many as 13 agents who had been assaulted and were off work because of that, and b.a.r.t. police agree, that is way too many. reporting live from the walnut creek b.a.r.t. station, i'm ken bastida, kpix 5. >>> the early signs of a dangerous fire season in california already noticeable. today, a three alarm vegetation fire outside of vacaville city limits spread to 10 acres before crews got the upper hand. it was a controlled burn but got out of control just before noon. firefighters contained it by about 2:00. open burns banned in a number of bay area counties beginning today. cal fire is putting the ban into effect of course to reduce the risk of larger fires. the agency says it's especially important this year because of
to finish first and this one guy lucky to get out alive in the boone speedway in iowa, hobby stock car racing night on a dirt track and pretty ugly pretty quick. keep your eye on the car of danny watson coming around and connected with another car in the pack and rolls. not so bad until the car erupts in flames. danny is knocked unconscious. richard is a competitor. see him jumping out of his car there dressed in black? he disappears behind the smoke and is able to pull danny out of his car. kcci talked to watson. >> my car was on fire. i was on fire. four or five seconds more and i would have burned up and died. >> the guy that comes to his rescue. >> as quick as i could jumped in the car and tried to get him out as fast as i could. >> quick thinking on his part. he had to get out of his harnesses, get out of the car and does it in a matter of seconds. >> he dove right in and didn't think about it. >> they don't look like they have been in a big car accident like that. >> looks like they got out fine. they're friends and danny says he will continue racing. >> saved my life. i am grate
exploration, swift energy. go ahead, mark travis. last word. >> david, we need to bring t. boone pickens back on. >> don't worry. i think pickens is over with liz at the milken conference. we may get him on this week. thanks, guys. david and mark travis and mark sebastion we'll see you in a few minutes when the s&p futures close. david: a life line for goldman sachs about struggling retailer jcpenney. how can they save the company. >>> letterheading back to liz claman. she is live at the milken global conference. liz, what do you have coming up? >> boone is already schmoozing with 500 billers that. speaking of billionaires we've got one coming up. investor and self-made billionaire, jeff green. only here at the milken conference will they actually put in the book the market value of everybody who is here. more than $5 trillion. you can bet jeff green added to the pot on that one. what does he invest now? does he believe in the housing recovery? who is driving it? is it investors or those people with the dream of owning their first home and does it evener? we're coming back live from beverly h
that are financially struggling if i can say that our for this because this is a big boon to the states. >> it is but it is also a boon to federalism. if we look at it that way and a big boon to the brand and mortar stores, those small stores you see in new jersey are competing against bigger stores and stores and every other state. it is a matter of playing simple fairness. tracy: there is an exception. if you make $1 million or less you are not subject to this. >> current bill defines a small business as under $1 million. senator durbin was on the senate floor while back saying that exempts 99% of people who sell on the internet. this can't be the burden that the opponents are making it out to be. the bill requires states provide for internet sellers the software, software services to do all the calculations. tracy: does this go through? >> yes. tracy: i am with you. thank you. >> i believe you. i have ten seconds. tracy: come back any time. they say a lot of people won't shop online now. if i can still purchase stuff in my fuzzy slippers i will pay the tax. ashley: you gave him ten s
had piled up and detonated. 33-year-old shawn boone was a mechanic at the plant. his sister, tammy miser, got a call with word that her brother was seriously injured. >> shawn and a couple of his coworkers were in the furnace room. and there was an explosion. and then there was a second more intense blast. >> what happened to him? >> he laid on the building floor, and the aluminum dust actually continued to burn through his flesh. >> and how severe were those burns? >> he had third- and fourth-degree burns between 92% to 100% of his body. >> the doctors said what to you? >> they told us that there wasn't any hope, that his internal organs were burned beyond repair. they wouldn't even bandage him. they just--they said that the only solution we had was to take him off of life support. >> shawn boone was 1 of 15 people killed in dust explosions that year. it was a turning point for carolyn merritt, who was then the head of the chemical safety board, the federal government's own experts who find the cause of the nation's worst industrial disasters. merritt ordered the most comprehensiv
that is interesting, a pretty good illustration is these are all for cargo. ships come in and boons unload the cargo, take it in the shed prior to being shipped out, wherever it was going. of course these were made obsolete by container shipping. >> now we're up to sort of the middle of the waterfront up to the port ferry building here. and we've seen quite a lot of development along the ferry building. someone has told me that the bart 2 goes under here. is that right? >> yes. the ferry plaza which is the platform on the bayside of the ferry building is a public plaza, but it also has -- that's where the transbay (speaker not understood) in san francisco. in fact, last november when the voters approved tax increases to support the seismic retrofit of the bart system, the transbay 2 was one of their key focuses right now because it really is so fundamental to the whole system. so we're working with bart now to understand what their approach is for trying to do this and what kind of impacts it has on this area. >> this morning's ferry from tiburon. >> or lark spur. >> that's it, lark spur, the lark s
" reporting the headline, "pete williams' reporting philosophy d y was g boon sighttory r guest: i would have to say that pete williams is the best i have ever come across, so measured and sofer. is amazing he was able to be showcased the way he was. this was a complicated story. a lot of journalists for getting the facts wrong as it was developing in real time, but pete williams was a constant force who was right 100% of the way. it is a model to all of us, people who were starting to this profession. host: the essence of the story is not jumping ahead of the story. on monday, some news organizations saying that dozens of people were killed. that was not the case, three weled.re kil the on-line sleuths pinpointed the wrong individuals before the fbi released those two photographs. guest: it is always important to realize and people get carried away in the heat of the moment, we have to be incredibly careful what we are saying on tv and in the press, that it really matters. imagine how people were trying to be on line sleuths. that seemed to trigger the fbi and authorities to release the phot
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